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I have a value, for example 57, which I want to divide by 3. Obviously the answer is 19.
But I want to get a remainder to show me that my loop I would make 6 passes to edit 3 bytes each time to extract 18 bytes from this filed. Once I've extracted the 18 bytes, I will ignore the remaining 1 byte.
I tried the IMOD FUNCTION with smart dates ut I cannot get it with the numeric values.
-* File chk_mods.fex
DEFINE FILE CAR
MYDATE/YYMD WITH COUNTRY = &YYMD;
MYBASEDATE/YYMD = 20130101;
DAYSTHISYR/I5 = MYDATE - MYBASEDATE;
WEEKNUMBER/I4 = DAYSTHISYR/7;
DAYSINTOWK/I4 = IMOD(DAYSTHISYR,7,'I4');
D123/D20.2 = (D1/D2);
DXX3/I4 = IMOD(D1,D2,'I4');
TABLE FILE CAR
I have printed and read the IMOD, DMOD and FMOD documentation but No result.
I'm optimistic I can do this in dialogue manager and see the decimal places.
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